Opinion on Consumer Packaged Goods in Canada

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New household products review: products emit scents appeal

This month's roundup of new household goods launches sees that scented products have been given a makeover, with new launches providing innovative elements. These include a tumble dryer freshener that sticks to the dryer drum and an undercover bed fragrancer that keeps sheets fresh for longer. These launches highlight the fact that home fragrance remains an important consumer concern.

Published By Datamonitor
26 Aug 2009
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New food review: foods gain cooling appeal

This month's rundown of food innovations finds that manufacturers are responding to consumers' needs with greener packaging that has ease of use benefits. This includes the launch of a snack product with easy to recycle packaging, and an easy open salad bag. Meanwhile, cooling products appear to be the new thing in confectionery, with ice cream candy and cool sensation cookies coming to market.

Published By Datamonitor
29 Jul 2009
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New household products review: enhancing the home with greener products

The green revolution is continuing to influence the household goods market, with this month's roundup of product innovations showing a number of new launches that market their green credentials. These include a green pressure washer, a chemical-free drain unblocker and reusable drinks bottles, showing that green is the new black in this market.

Published By Datamonitor
29 Jul 2009
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New personal care products review: energizers enter the beauty market

This month's roundup of new personal care launches finds that energy products are expanding out of the beverage market and into personal care. As well as an energy boosting inhaler, a dual energy giving/fat burning lip balm has been launched, showing that energizers are finding a natural home in the personal care market.

Published By Datamonitor
29 Jul 2009
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New household products review: household care focuses on the beautiful

This month's selection of new household product launches shows that beautifying claims are becoming more popular. Products making such claims include a dish soap product with a hand protecting formula and a laundry product that helps to reveal the "seven signs of beautiful clothes". These products show that personal care terminology is increasingly being used in the household products sector.

Published By Datamonitor
22 Jun 2009
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New personal care products review: oral hygiene goes natural

This month's roundup of personal care launches features new dental products that have novel elements, including an all-natural mouthwash and a toothbrush that uses ionic technology to loosen plague. Oral hygiene is of growing importance to consumers, making it likely that such products will have wide appeal.

Published By Datamonitor
29 May 2009
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New household products review: glittery clothing gets the laundry treatment

Novel cleaning devices and odor eliminators are among this month's roundup of new household products, including a laundry cleaner for glittery clothes and a spray freshener for dog beds. This shows that the sector is looking for new ways of making the house and clothes look their best.

Published By Datamonitor
29 May 2009
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New personal care products review: natural alternatives enter new categories

Chemical-free products continue to cause a stir in the personal care category, as this month's roundup of new products finds out. All-natural versions of sun cream and nail varnish remover have recently entered the market, highlighting the kinds of new categories that natural alternatives are now able to penetrate.

Published By Datamonitor
28 Apr 2009
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New household goods review: new ways to keep insects at bay

This month's new product review finds that insect repellents are becoming more varied, with innovative new launches including a clip-on fan-assisted repellent and an on the go all-natural repellent towelette. These new products show that traditional sprays are being sidelined by more wide-ranging formats.

Published By Datamonitor
28 Apr 2009
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Cariboo Genuine Draft: success with a low-cost beer

In the month since its release, Pacific Western Brewery's Cariboo Genuine Draft has achieved strong sales in the Canadian beer market, by offering a low price point without the associations of a vastly inferior taste. Alcohol preferences generally stand up to recessionary conditions, which suggests that the success of Cariboo Genuine Draft is not purely down to its price.

Published By Datamonitor
16 Apr 2009

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